Probably best remembered as the man who single-handedly revolutionized torb gameplay in the EU region. We are sad to announce the departure of Engineer as he now searches for better opportunities.— Clockwork Vendetta (@ClockVendetta) December 28, 2019
Thank you @OverwatchDelta! Things are going to be different without you around. pic.twitter.com/BC9x8e11JR
Despite all the memories we've made together, it is with a heavy heart that we say goodbye to another long-time member.— Clockwork Vendetta (@ClockVendetta) December 25, 2019
Thank you @owmoose for all the good memories and outstanding performance throughout Open Division and Contenders! We wish you all the best going forward. pic.twitter.com/U2BC1jQVQn
Despite his departure, he will always remain as one of the original pillars of Clockwork Vendetta, as well as a great friend to all of us.— Clockwork Vendetta (@ClockVendetta) December 27, 2019
Thank you @Zytorow for all the great plays and unwavering loyalty you have shown over the years. We wish you all the best going forward. pic.twitter.com/NNmpL74E3R
According to an earlier tweet from Engineer, he is retiring from professional Overwatch entirely. The other two players each announced their free agency and are now in search of new teams.
The three players were part of a Clockwork Vendetta roster that rose through Open Division, Contenders Trials and Contenders Europe playing counter to the meta at the time. Engineer often committed to Torbjorn and Moose became known for his Roadhog. Zytor switched between support heroes and DPS heroes as the team at times utilized three DPS heroes prior to the role lock.
None of the three had Contenders experience prior to qualifying for it with Clockwork Vendetta. Despite the inexperience of their players, the team finished second in the group stage and in the top four overall.
Clockwork Vendetta currently have just five players on their roster.